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Grammars in a broad sense (specifications of structural commitments) are complex artefacts that define software languages. Assessing and improving their quality in an automated, non-idiosyncratic manner is an unsolved problem which we face in an especially acute form in the case of mass maintenance of hundreds of heterogeneous grammars (parser specs, ADTs, metamodels, XML schemata, etc) in the Grammar Zoo. In an attempt to apply software language engineering methods to solve a software languagedoi:10.14279/tuj.eceasst.0.903.886 fatcat:5yqfdl2mrratrkuszskpuswph4